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Abstract

Desde 1990, as estirpes de Salmonella typhimurium do fagotipo (DT) 104 (=DT104) que possuem resistência cromossómica à ampicilina, cloranfenicol, estreptomicina, sulfonamidas e tetraciclinas (=fenótipo ACSSuT) (1) têm-se tornado mais comuns no homem em Inglaterra e Gales (figura 1). Desde 1992, apenas a S. enteritidis do fagotipo 4 tem sido responsável por mais casos de salmonelose humana (2). Em 1995, noventa e quatro por cento dos isolamentos enviados para o Laboratory of Enteric Pathogens (LEP) do Public Health Laboratory Service (PHLS) pelos laboratórios de Inglaterra e Gales eram multirresistente para quatro ou mais antimicrobianos

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1997-11-01
2017-11-24
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